So Ruapehu is looking good for the weekend all we need to do is pray for snow from the weather gods rather than rain and it will be an awesome weekend.
It’s still good on trail and the grooming crews have been working hard as always to get the pistes happening. Pray for snow and maybe we’ll be able to venture off piste into the glacier on Turoa or get out west on Whakapapa.
If you’re like us and wondering how to make the most of that Mt Ruapehu season pass, you’ve got to be considering Copper Mountain and Winterpark in the USA at the end of the year. If you are considering it, now is the time to take action.
Copper Mountain Resort in Colorado is a hidden jewel amongst some of the best skiing USA has to offer.
Get Free Skiing at Copper Mountain with your 2012 Mt Ruapehu Season pass saving you around $450 per week. Some conditions do apply, but it is just fantastic value.
Hey, that’s the price of your early bird season pass right there!!
The 2 faces of Copper have something for everyone. The front face starts green on the right and gets progressively harder the further left you go. Once you’ve conquered the blacks on the front there is a whole off piste backside to discover and free cat skiing too.
Copper offers some of the best value skiing anywhere, and is even better value for Mt Ruapehu season pass holders.
Winter Park , Colorado, is also a fantastic resort with some of the best intermediate terrain and the longest black bump run in North America, if you want to test those knees.
Again, like Copper, Winter Park is one of the region’s most under-rated mountain and is very popular with the many Denverites, who catch the train up to this resort every weekend in the winter for very good reason.
Winter Park has some incredible off piste bowls and tree runs as well as great blue groomers to cruise.
So don’t wait until it is too late and all the best deals have gone. Enquire Now for a Ski Holiday Package to Copper Mountain & Winter Park.